Star Wars archetypes

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  • The Ordinary World
  • The white on Luke Skywalker's clothes represents his purity and innocence
  • Call to Adventure
  • Mentor / Helper
  • The blue in the light saber represents the duty of a Jedi to protect and fight for what is right, it also represents how almost all Jedi are pure-hearted
  • Luke skywalker lives a quiet life on the desert planet Tatooine with his Aunt and Uncle as moisture farmers.
  • Crossing the Threshold
  • The black on Han's Jacket represents the wide knowledge he has about the galaxy and who resides in it, compared to Luke's generally lackluster knowledge and general innocence. It could also represent the mystery behind Han, as it's not clear who's side he's on.
  • After buying two droids at a marketplace, Luke discovers that one of the droids, R2D2, has a holographic message installed on it, asking for the assistance of "Obi Wan Kenobi." Luke decides that they must mean Old Ben Kenobi and travels to his house to learn more.
  • Ordeal, Death/Rebirth
  • After finding his home destroyed and his aunt and uncle killed, Luke meets a man by the name of "Old Ben Kenobi." This man took him in, along with his two new robotic friends R2-D2 and C-3P0 and teaches him about the past, about the Jedi knights and how Darth Vader killed his father.
  • The Road Back
  • Old Ben Kenobi and Luke Skywalker decide to go and rescue Princess Leia. Ben suggests that they find a ship and a pilot. To do this, they decide to go to Mos Eisley, a place described as "the largest hive of scum and villainy you'll ever see. They go to the local cantina and meet Han Solo, a Bounty Hunter and pilot of the Millenium Falcon. After an excursion with the Stormtroopers they get away and leave Tatooine.
  • Once they arrive at the Death Star, Han, Chewi, and luke search throughout the space station to find Princess Leia. Meanwhile, Obi-Wan is fighting with the mysterious Darth Vader, a man dressed in all black and wielding a red lightsaber. As they make their way back to the Death Star, Obi-Wan is killed by Darth Vader. However, Obi-Wan continues to guide Luke through the Force throughout the story.
  • Darth Vader's black outfit represents the mystery behind his identity and the essence of evil he possesses.
  • After finding Princess Leia in the Death Star, Luke and the rest of his group have to escape via the Milenium Falcon, which is in a completely different part of the station. They are chased after by many of the station's local Stormtroopers and other staff, but they make it back onto the Milenium Falcon and are able to fly away back to the Rebel Base.
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